Audrey Cleuren, Ph.D., is now an assistant member of the OMRF’s Cardiovascular Biology Research Program.
The Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, in collaboration with the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and Oklahoma Sports Science & Orthopedics, is recruiting volunteers with osteoarthritis of the knee to study the progression of the disease.
The Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation has selected 53 students from across the state for its ninth class of Teen Leaders.
When a study participant donates a sample to OMRF scientist Dr. Courtney Montgomery’s Sarcoidosis Research Unit, they have the option of sharing their information with a database accessible to researchers nationwide.
The 17th annual seminar will cover strategies to manage anticipated changes to the tax planning landscape.
Research in Stout’s lab will focus on the role of sex hormones and their receptors in the development and progression of age-related chronic diseases that occur in a sex-specific manner in older adults.